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Emergence of Cross-Innovation Systems: Audiovisual Industries Co-Innovating with Education, Health Care and Tourism

by Edited by Indrek Ibrus

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9781787699809
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1787699803
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Emerald, 2019. Paperback. New Book. Paperback. Researchers of all four sectors explore how audiovisual media are co-innovating with education, health care, and tourism. Among their topics small size matters: audiovisual media industries around the Baltic Sea, education on screens: histories of co-innovation and convergence between audiovisual media and education sectors, health and the audiovisual sector: a meso-analysis of how systemic coordination of sectoral cooperating leads to convergence, micro-trajectories: small firm strategies at boundaries between audiovisual and health care sectors, and audiovisual industries and tourism: forms of convergence. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. (2019 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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